Essays, Philosophy, Words

Moral Economy: An Original Economic Form for the Human Condition: Teodros Kiros

Teodros Kiros, PhD Originally Published in the Journal of the Research Group on Socialism and Democracy Online, March 13, 2011 by sdonline MAAT was to ancient Egypt as Wisdom was to ancient Greece. Wisdom was to Plato’s aristocratic regime as …

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Essays, Featured Artists, Volume 3, Words

Life Under the Cloud of Unmet Expectation

By Steve Almond A lot of what I do as a writer boils down to making obnoxious assumptions, so let me start with one: if you’re reading this, you’re an aspiring writer, or an aspiring musician, or both. The first thing I’d like to do (this being the case) is to dismiss any lingering notions of glamour you might associate with a career in the arts. I will do so by presenting an essay I composed last night. It is entitled: What I Did Yesterday. Okay.

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Euterpe’s Lament

Essays

Euterpe’s Lament

Un Petite Overture  On a mid-October day in 1996, over a quarter of a million people gathered at the prestigious Frankfurt Book Trade… or, the ‘Frankfurter Buchmesse as it is known, the largest and most prestigious book fair in the world.

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Birding for Berkleeites: The Fenway Victory Gardens

By Fred Bouchard

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